Two months ago, your corner of Philly gained a new watering hole. Tap and Kitchen opened at Broad and Locust at the end of 2015, just a few blocks from Rittenhouse Claridge, and already Philadelphians are embracing the new addition.That may be because Tap and Kitchen pours craft beers; it could be due to the TVs scattered throughout that are always showing that night’s game; or maybe it’s just thanks to the classic American fare. Regardless, Tap and Kitchen is well worth a visit.
Swing by after work for happy hour specials—any draft beer is just $5 a pint from 4 to 7 p.m. Or sit down for a full dinner and watch the game at Tap and Kitchen. The dinner menu contains fresh, creative “sharables” like pancetta and ale cheese dip with flat breads, cornflake-crusted fried brie with fruity chutneys, and fried pickles with jalapeno-ranch sauce. But you can also chow down on an entree such as mahi mahi with tropical salsa, a center-cut pork chop stuffed with goat cheese, or a gourmet pizza at Tap and Kitchen.
Tap and Kitchen
1420 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102